Edmund Scott Miller, composer

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“…washed out to sea” on Artworks

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I’m very proud to have an excerpt from my piece for solo double bass, “…washed out to sea” appear on Maryland Public Television’s series Artworks. A short clip of the full work runs over the end credits of episode 336, which you can watch for free here or at this link!

http://video.mpt.tv/viralplayer/2365549248

Below is some additional information on the program that I grabbed from their website. Please check it out!  

Maryland Public Television is excited to launch the third season of Artworks, MPT’s weekly arts series. The lively series is hosted by Rhea Feikin, a cultural icon in her own right. The show features intriguing profiles of established and emerging artists from across the country working in all creative categories: musicians, performers, visual artists, writers, designers, artisans – and experimental others who defy definition. Each program gives viewers insider access to outstanding artists they would never see otherwise, including many from our own area.

What’s new this season for Artworks? There are innovations ensuring that every episode includes works by creative talent from across the Greater Baltimore- Washington, DC area and Maryland. These include “Pop-Up Exhibits” showcasing compelling visual and performing artists. And viewers might recognize a favorite band or musician playing under the closing credits – an inventive way to showcase regional musicians by exploiting existing video “real estate” each week.

Artworks is made possible in part by the People of Baltimore County, and by the generous contributions of MPT Members.

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